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Breville JK80 White Spectra Kettle 3000w NOW £24.99 Delivered!
Breville JK80 White Spectra Kettle 3000w NOW £24.99 Delivered!

Breville JK80 White Spectra Kettle 3000w NOW £24.99 Delivered!

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Now just £24.99 delivered from Amazon, this Breville JK80 Spectra 3000w Kettle with multi illumination, receives good reviews and the Breville name is very reliable too.

Features: 3 Innovative illumination features * Boil mode indicates water temperature from blue to red * Keep warm switch glows red with soft ever changing illumination * Standby soft ever-changing illumination * Keep warm function * Fastboil 3Kw element * Cordless 360 degree base concealed element for easy cleaning * 1.7 Litre capacity * Removable, washable limescale filter * Large water window

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[COLOR=darkred]Manufacturer's Description[/COLOR]
The Breville JK80 White Spectra Kettle 3000w has 3 innovative illumination features.
Boil mode indicates water temperature from blue to red
Keep warm switch glows red with soft ever changing illumination
Standby soft ever-changing illumination It has a keep warm function and a cordless 360 degree base concealed element for easy cleaning. This excellent product has a 1.7 litre capacity and a removable, washable limescale filter. Its large water window helps to indicates how much water is in the kettle.

[COLOR=darkred]Box Contents[/COLOR]

1 x Kettle
1 x Instruction leaflet

I had about 5 different Breville kettles that featured the illumination feature in as many weeks. On 3 models the lights stopped working after a couple of days, the other 2 models just stopped boiling after about 5 days.

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genkgenk

I had about 5 different Breville kettles that featured the illumination … I had about 5 different Breville kettles that featured the illumination feature in as many weeks. On 3 models the lights stopped working after a couple of days, the other 2 models just stopped boiling after about 5 days.

Ouch! Unlucky I think We've had two of the lightning models in the last 6 years and they've been very reliable. Both have been used many times night and day, every day with no problems. I'm not just saying this because I posted this one, but I would definitely get another Breville when we need another.

Thanks for the feedback, it's good to get others opinions for these things

I currently have a Breville kettle...its identical to this one other than it doesnt change colour...just blue..and we have had no problems with it in the year weve had it.

The only 'slight' bugbear we have is that the compartment that holds the filter in place must expand out of shape a little over time and you have to sometimes push the lid down quite hard to click it into place where that compartment meets the lid.

And one GREAT plus is that this kettle boils MEGA QUICKLY!!!!....which is a godsend when your desperate for a drink:thumbsup:

genkgenk

I had about 5 different Breville kettles that featured the illumination … I had about 5 different Breville kettles that featured the illumination feature in as many weeks. On 3 models the lights stopped working after a couple of days, the other 2 models just stopped boiling after about 5 days.



The question must be asked as to why you would continually buy the same or similar product from the SAME manufacturer after it has failed on you so many times??? its bizarr...a glutten for punishment!!

I had 2 Indesit washing machines fail within a couple of years and now i will never buy from that Manufacturer again because of it...i just wouldnt keep buying their products every time they fail!!..that would be crazy!!

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spenspuma

I currently have a Breville kettle...its identical to this one other than … I currently have a Breville kettle...its identical to this one other than it doesnt change colour...just blue..and we have had no problems with it in the year weve had it.The only 'slight' bugbear we have is that the compartment that holds the filter in place must expand out of shape a little over time and you have to sometimes push the lid down quite hard to click it into place where that compartment meets the lid.And one GREAT plus is that this kettle boils MEGA QUICKLY!!!!....which is a godsend when your desperate for a drink:thumbsup:

Yeah I agree with the filter part and the solid tap down to close the lid, but they're sturdy enough to cope with this.

Looks like a nuclear reactor!

My dad always buys fancy metallic kettles but due to the obvious heat involved they always end up leaking - I assuming because of some small degree of expansion and contraction taking place.

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Hehe at nuclear reactor
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